Mod Database/DB has an article and a 13 minutes and 39 seconds YouTube video compilation showing "... there are so much Team Fortress (TF) adaptation mods out there, and they are almost the same... just almost. Well, one of the few similarities are the classes themselves, and some classic maps.
GameTrailers (GT) has a bunch of retrospective episodes on various video games.
Payphone Project shows "stories, pictures, phone numbers and news from payphones and public telephony".
This seven/7 pages OCModShop article looks into the past and the current Windows versions -- "Today Microsoft launched its latest version of its iconic Operating System (OS): Windows 8. There have been many version of Windows over the years, and one can't help but wonder what justifies this version number. Microsoft and other technology companies have over-written and re-named their product history before, so we take a good hard look at all the previous operating systems to see if the numbers add up.
Apple's iPhone: The untold story -- Originally conceived as a tablet, iPhone was developed in secret facility ("purple dorm").Submitted by ant on Fri, 09/14/2012 - 3:21pm. Apple | Art/Design | Communication | Development/Quality Assurance Testing | General Computing | Hardware | History | New Version/Update/Upgrade | Reading Materials | Shopping | Sight Seeings | Software | Technology | Work
This two pages PC World article reports on "Idioms Lost to Tech -- Technology changes everything, from how we shop to how we stay in touch with friends. And it definitely changes the way we talk--just a few years ago phrases like 'Facebook friends,' 'trending on Twitter,' and 'I can has more cheezburger?' didn't even exist.
Vintage Computing and Gaming (VC&G) shared a ten/10 (last one doesn't count) pages PCWorld's image gallery (one ugly web page with thumbnails) showing "The Roots of Social Networking -- Before Facebook, before even Friendster (current one is nothing like its old/former one), people still had social networking. Here's a look at how computer users got together in the days before the dawn of the Internet..."